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when i put something like a theme or even a gamer pic onto my usb it works fine, but when i go to put it into the computer it says it has a problem and trys to scan it and it does that and i go to use it and it says that it only has 3mb of space remaining
on the 2gb flash drive... i know thats not possibly at all because the flash drive has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING on it except the theme and gamer pic... ive tried reformatting it in every way so dont tell me to do that... idk what to do.. so please help the usb is
a: sandisk cruzer micro 2gb so please somebody help me because i feel like i have tried EVERYTHING that i can think of but hopefully you guys at xbox have a way to get this to work with my usb, maybe my usb isnt compattible with xbox? idk but it used to work
and now it doesn't so please help. ;o
Well have you ever transferred anything from your xbox to your comp before? I'm not sure, but if not the xbox does configure the usb so it can work with it. Dont forget that xbox files are in a format that shouldn't allow them to be read by a computer. That
might be the prob.
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Hi! When you configure a USB Storage Device for use by the Xbox, that partition created is not able to be read by a PC - so the behavior you're describing is normal. It is possible to set a smaller partition than the entirety of your 2GB Flash Drive. You
could, for example, set aside 1GB for Xbox, and have the remainder left for using with your PC.